ttomtucker

Port Townsend, WA

Have been collecting antique telephones since 1965, but I like all kinds of antiques and collectables, furniture, lamps, Coca-Cola, military uniforms, advertising.

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1968 MGB Primrose yellow Roadster - Classic Carsin Classic Cars
Western Electric Metal Round Wall Phone - Telephonesin Telephones
 Grundmann Service Garage, Redondo Beach, CA - Classic Carsin Classic Cars
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
WW2 Sweetheart Lockets and Pins - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Wall Telephone With a Wilhelm Double Diaphragm Transmitter - Telephonesin Telephones
Sears Kenmore Portable Electric Washing Machine - Kitchenin Kitchen
V is for Victory WW2 Sweetheart Jewelry - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
WW2 Sweetheart Military Headgear Pins - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Tropical Gas Globe - Petrolianain Petroliana

Comments

  1. Your desk phone is a Western Electric model 202 manufactured around 1929/30. the phone number 13F5 was the drop location on a manual switchboard.
  2. Nice go with cup Kerry, Happy Easter.
  3. These desk phone were manufactured in Singapore in the late 1960's and 1970's. The problem I find is there are no parts available to repair them, you almost have to buy another junker to fix the one ...
  4. Thank you Vintagefran for your love and comment.
  5. Thanks you Uxbridgeite for your love.
  6. A lot bigger diploma in 1906 then today, I wonder if this was a graduation from high school or college?
  7. Phil, I just sent you a photo, let me know what you think can be done.
  8. LeahGoodwin, Yes as I remember a combination of wood around a metal frame
  9. Love the boxing gloves hanging from the wall
  10. Ben, I hear you, The one problem I did have was the gulp value it would cause back firing. MG dealer replaced the gulp value several times before they finally fix it. It was under warranty at no cost ...
  11. nutsabotas6, I believe the 1974 MGB was the last year of the chrome bumpers and grill. Thanks for your comment.
  12. Thank you aghcollect for your love
  13. Thank you Loveitvintage for your love
  14. Thank you Roycroftbooksfromme1
  15. You don't run across these signs to often, great telephone sign.
  16. Thank you stelios
  17. Very modern looking design for the 1970's
  18. I love that style of MG, I had a 1968 MGB and drove it for 10 years.
  19. Thank you SEAN68
  20. Thank you aghcollect
  21. It looks like a chief operators checking position to see how long a customer has to wait for a operator to look up and give a customer a phone number.
  22. mackay1st thank you for your love
  23. Thank you fortapache for your nice comment
  24. Thank you JMNY for your nice comment
  25. Thank you jjrs, vintagefan, nutsabotas6, sugargirl, DMK678, Vontrike, straightleg, James, and savoychina1
  26. Thank you Bob your are right on
  27. The shade looks like a Bradley & Hubbard design. I have two B & H table lamps and they are marked on the bottom of the lamp base.
  28. AzTom Thanks for the information
  29. I have read where the Western Electric 98-A protector goes back to 1915, some small changes have been made over the years. yours look like the from the 1930/1940's.
  30. Mwitt, aghcollect is right on, It is a dual carbon/fuse protector made by Western Electric for the Bell System.
  31. Thank you southern-hippie, sugargirl
  32. Vintagefran, The type 130 is on Ebay and thank you for the love
  33. Thank you for the love, blunderbuss2, geo26e, Bootson, tom61375, longings, PDAM, dan121156, trunkman, and DrFluffy
  34. Thank you for your very nice comments, fortapache, vanskyock24, and walksoftly
  35. Thank you officialfuel
  36. angelize & blunderbuss2, Just another old telephone will do.
  37. I bought this Coca-Cola bench in 1996 at Sears and it cost $99.00, some say Wal-Mart also sold this bench.
  38. Your Fireman telephone call box model number 111A was manufactured by Western Electric Co in Columbus, Ohio during the 1950's
  39. lots of these phones were produced in the late 1970's. The company was Onyx Telmar from Italy. They sold there products to operating telephone companies in the U.S., such as Bell System, GTE, GPO Eng...
  40. Going by the book 100 years of Bell Telephones a early color set was put into production in 1953. Several design changes of the dial were made over the years.
  41. kephones, nice way yo display the Burns brackets.
  42. Thank you kephones
  43. Libertad is a Spanish word for "Freedom"
  44. One of the better looking desk set's produced by Western Electric
  45. The USS General W. A. Mann AP-112 was a troop transport ship during WW2, Korea, and Vietnam. In 1950 our family was sent to Hawaii on the USS General George Randall AP-115.
  46. The metal trays were in use when I was in Germany 1961-1964, Some of the Army & Air Force units were converting over to the square fiberglass trays
  47. Petey and vanskyock24, Merry Christmas to you.
  48. Hulalady56 I sure can, I lived on the Hawaiian Islands for five years.
  49. Mele Kalikimaka is the thing to say on a bright Hawaiian Christmas Day.
  50. You have a 1904 Williams Telephone & Supply Company wall telephone. The company was founded in 1895 by Joseph A Williams in Cleveland, OH. The company was then called Williams-Abbott Electric Co. By ...
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